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- A dialect of the English language, having one variety in Pakistan, and also spoken by Pakistani expatriates, Pakistani migrants, and Pakistani tourists throughout the world.
- 1986, Robert McCrum, William Cran, Robert MacNeil, The Story of English, Viking Penguin Inc., page 329:
- Much more common was the bureaucratic use of Pakistani English. Below the level of the most highly educated, whose English was invariably modelled on old-fashioned teaching, were the English-using clerks of the Imperial administration.